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Cocktails and Kindergartens

South London. The Stephen Laurence Centre. A seminar on intergenerational practice organized by our neighbours Age Exchange. I had been asked to run two breakout workshops sharing something of my American experience. Each of the sessions lasted forty minutes. Felt … Continue reading

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Penelope, Guitars and a Salt Marsh

To the Museum of Modern Art and “Imagination and the Changing Mind”, a symposium that considers how innate differences or changes that develop in later life can beget creative engagement and meaningful contribution to society. Afterwards I snatch a brief … Continue reading

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Dr. Gene Cohen

Floating high in the ionosphere there are balloons with instruments that pick up traces of exploding stars. You cannot travel across the United States, attempting to navigate a way through the territory of creative aging, without continually breathing in the … Continue reading

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19th December 1975

The storm will soon we over. We have anchored in the harbour. We are sailing on the ocean to a port beyond the sea”. He just sat and repeated these lines over and over. It used to be the workhouse. … Continue reading

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